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LUCAS DE LA CAL Asia Correspondent Updated Sunday, October 31, 2021 – 18:19 Against some forecasts, the Liberal Democratic Party achieves the sole parliamentary majority with 258 seats Japan’s ‘premier’ Fumio Kishida.BEHROUZ MEHRIAFP The portrait Fumio Kishida, an old guard politician to lead Japan After seeing three prime ministers, four states of emergency, five waves…

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Tension between China and Taiwan has increased in recent weeks after 150 flights of military aircraft over the no-fly zone The growing weakness of the Kuomintang party, akin to Beijing, distances Xi’s options to influence the island in favor of reunification The puzzle of Taiwan, sovereign but ignored by the world, exercising an independence that…

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LLUÍS MIQUEL HURTADO Istanbul Updated Sunday, October 31, 2021 – 15:26 The celebration had the mandatory permission of the authorities, who have disassociated themselves from the perpetrators of the shooting Taliban soldiers in Afghanistan.WAKIL KOHSARAFP The Correspondent’s Gaze Selling a son to eat in Afghanistan Not even joy is safe in Afghanistan from the Taliban.…

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The president of the USA, Joe Biden, and the President of the European Commission, Ursula Von der Leyen, celebrated this Sunday in Roma the agreement reached in the previous morning between both parties to end the tariff war on steel and aluminum. In a meeting on the sidelines of the G-20 summit in the Italian…

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India and China undertake the commitment to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees, although without a clear time reference The leaders’ meeting ends with concrete agreements on international taxation and global vaccination Rarely does a summit of world leaders of the G-20 end with concrete commitments, easy to transfer to society. On this occasion, however,…

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The fear that the semiconductor crisis will become a structural problem for the automotive sector is increasing as the months go by. The shortage of these components has wiped out a third of vehicle production in September. In the accumulated until then, manufacturing sinks by 25.1% if compared to 2019, the year before the outbreak…

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